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All reviewskings crossclose to st pancrasdouble and single bedbreakfast in bedfull english breakfastno liftguest roomsquiet side streetbritish museumquiet areawithin easy walking distanceeuston stationwould stay againlocation is excellentstayed one nightfollowing morningtea and coffee
Booked a one night stay as had a conference the following day. Quirky pub, rooms nice, no lift so if you have heavy luggate bear that in mind. check in the bar and then up to your room. Bathroom very very small. Beds comfortable. Best...More
What a pity. What might have been a lovely weekend was ruined by the paper thin walls of this pub with rooms and a set of very talkative, very loud and very ill mannered neighbors (we were in room 3; room one also reported a...More
We stayed here on a flying visit to London, arriving late and leaving early the next morning. The Harrison fitted the bill at £135 for two including full breakfast and a few minutes walk from St Pancras or King Cross. The 'hotel' is really four...More
Wouldn't have found this place if it wasn't for trip advisor. I was looking for something reasonably priced in kings cross which wasnt a travel lodge .
The absolute highlight was the breakfast which was brought to our room. Excellent high quality food. Room was...More
7 mins walk from the Eurostar station, very welcoming staff and the food.......... well, such a big bonus. Gastro pub or what! The menu was amAzing, had the calves liver - melt in your mouth absolutely de - li- cious.
Excellent value all round. Definitely...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and